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(a) A public record for which there is no records retention schedule may not be destroyed without authorization under this chapter.
(b) An agency requesting approval to destroy a record not on a records retention schedule shall prepare and submit to ARMS a records disposition authorization listing the records recommended for disposition.
(c) If the state archivist, attorney general, commissioner of administration, and chief executive officer determine that destruction of the record is appropriate and sign the records disposition authorization, the record is approved for destruction by the state archivist.
(d) If the state archivist determines that a record is a permanent record, and that destruction of the record is inappropriate, the state archivist shall authorize transfer of the record to the state archives and indicate that action on the records disposition authorization.
History: Eff. 10/2/94, Register 131
Authority: AS 40.21.030
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